Exploring housing-led approaches to resolve and prevent homelessness

The Homeful campaign, led by CIH president Jo Richardson will run throughout Jo's presidency from July 2021 to December 2022.

The campaign will include the UK’s largest co-produced action research project exploring housing-led approaches to resolve and prevent all forms of homelessness. Housing professionals will work together to collect data, analyse findings and share learning across all parts of the UK.

Homeful will also feature a wide variety of online and face-to-face events to raise money for End Youth Homelessness and to encourage everyone to get involved. Further information will be added to this web page on a range of ways that you can take part. 

If you have any further questions for Jo about the action research or the fundraising, please email homeful@dmu.ac.uk

Jo Richardson  |  president, CIH

I want CIH members, social housing organisations and networks, people experiencing homelessness, residents, charities and agencies to come together to produce the most complete evidence base of what works across the sector in the UK. We will learn as we do - and do as we learn. We can – and will - seek to end homelessness for good.


Homeful report - July 21
Jo Richardson, Patrick Duce and Yoric Irving-Clarke explore housing-led approaches to resolve and prevent homelessness.

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